The APCSS Regional Security Studies Internship Program brings to the Center graduate and undergraduate students from around the world to assist and participate in APCSS courses.
Amanda Lamothe-Cadet served as a Regional Security Studies Intern in the summer of 2014 and recently completed a paper entitled “A Relationship of Convenience: The Russo-Chinese Strategic Partnership” as part of our Alumni Perspectives program. In this paper she discusses how Russia and China have developed a rather unique strategic partnership, largely predicated upon deepening their economic ties and criticizing the West, as well as underlying issues that may complicate this relationship.
The paper is available online here https://apcss.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/AP-Lamothe-Cadet-RussiaChinaRelations-Sept2014.pdf
Currently, Lamothe-Cadet is a senior at Dartmouth College double majoring in Asian & Middle Eastern Studies focusing on Chinese Studies and Government focusing on International Relations. At Dartmouth, she is a Student Program Assistant for the Global Leadership Program at the Nelson A Rockefeller Center for Public Policy. After graduating she intends on enrolling in a joint JD and PhD program to pursue a career in international law.